From “Farmstead at the Crossroads,” by John Lovell, in our December 1979 issue.
Once upon a time, Santa’s sleigh guides weren’t such a rare sight in Maine.
Who wants to run 26.2 miles through the Maine North Woods in the middle of December? And who really believes that doing so will make a lick of difference for a mill town on the ropes? This guy does.
In the woods outside Farmington, a martial-arts champ built a hobby into a lifestyle into a factory.
A new documentary reveals the man long at the helm of WoodenBoat magazine, who helped revive a dying craft.
Donn Fendler was 12 years old in July 1939, when a storm separated him from his group on top of Mount Katahdin. After Donn’s recent passing, we asked John Thurlow to share his memories of his friend.
For 21 years, LJ Hopkins had hauled mail and essential supplies to Swan’s Island. What caused him to stop?
A Saco woodshop builds iconic Maine furniture — and better lives for employees with disabilities.
An unconventional sculptor (and a marine biology student) on bridging the art-and-science divide.
Opinions, advisories, and musings from the length and breadth of Maine.
We asked our contributors to throw skepticism out the window and float a few moonshot proposals that’d impact Maine for the better.
From the essay “Aroostook Yesterdays,” by Anne Hannan, in our November 1956 issue.